AJTCBEMENTS - , ( Four Sessions To-day: 11.0, 2.0 5.0 and 8 p.m. * REGENT J. C. Williamson Picture Corp., Ltd. PLANS DAILY 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. Available Mon. to Sat. * Universal Pictures Present The One and Only Deanna In Her Newest Matt Magnificent Screen ' w Technicolour Triumph She's Positively Radiant, a Treat for Eyes and Ears. DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN DEANNA DURBIN And Two Handsome Men in Her Life KOBT. PAIGE — DAVID BRUCE Creatine the Love Story in the Colourful Gold-rush Days of California. "CAN'T HELP SINGING" "CAN'T HELP SINGING" And How She Sings those Lovely Sones with Her Rich, Thrilling Voice! Original Melodies by JEROME KERN. Recommended by Censor for Adults. PLANS AT REGENT — PHONE 32-888 Direction: Kerrldge Theatres (throughout N.Z) I STATE I P r: ndS 43.« S IJSTATBj 7.30 — FINAL NIGHT — 7.30 W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM'S 'THE MOON AND SIXPENCE , Recommended by Censor for Adults "PRINCESS O'ROURKE* Approved for Universal Exhibition 1.30 TO-MORROW 7.30 M.G.M.'s Big Musical Show. "LADY BE GOOD" "LADY BE GOOD" With ELEANOR POWELL. RED SKELTON. Recommended Dy Cer.:or tor Adults. LAUREL and HARDY LAUREL and HARDY In "NOTHING BUT TROUBLE" Approved for Universal Exhibition. Direction: Kerrldge Theatres (throughout N.z.), 1-30 VOGUE "• Auckland's Modern. Popular. Intimate TheaH*. Karangahape Road. Phone 43-003. FINALLY TO-NIGHT. ROBERT TAYLOR — LANA TURNER "JOHNNY EAGER" Specially Recommended for Adults. Also: ANN SOTHERN. JAMES CRAIG In " SWING SHIFT MAISIE " Approved for Universal Exhibition. 1.30 TO-MORROW 7.30 JOAN CRAWFORD — FREDRIC MARCH "SUSAN AND GOD" Recommended for Adults. And FRANK MORGAN, KATHRYN GRAYBON In THE VANISHING VIRGINIAN Approved for Universal Exhibition. TOWN HALL j J. and N. Talt, In association with J. C. Williamson's, Have the Honour to Present GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS GRACIE FIELDS TWO GRAND GALA CONCERTS TWO GRAND GALA CONCERTS MONDAY, JULY 30 MONDAY, JULY 30 AND TUESDAY, JULY 31 TUESDAY, JULY 31 ONE GUINEA SEATS ONE GUINEA SEATS ONE GUINEA SEATS Box Plans for the Seats at ONE GUINEA . . ' ARE NOW OPEN. The whole of the net proceeds are to be donated by Gracie Fields, J. and N. Tait and J. C. Williamson's, for the benefit of wounded and disabled members of the Army, Navy and Air Force New Zealand personnel and.'or thsir dependents. NON-STOP DANCING EVERY FRIDAY AND SATURDAY _ CIVIC CABARET = = WINTERGARDENS = FUN AND FROLIC THE WHOLE , NIGHT TO THE STRAINS OF New Zealand's Largest Band in New Zealand , ! Largest Cabaret. Reservations 30-100. Buffet Suppers. MEETINGS __ AUCKLAND MANUFACTURERS' ASSN. (INC.). ADDRESS BY GEO'. W. CLINKARD, ESQ., United Kingdom Representative of New Zealand Ministry of Supply. A cordial invitation Is extended to all members, and their executive to attend a general meeting at THE CONCERT CHAMBER, TOWN HALL, On TUESDAY. JULY 17, 1945, at 7.45 PJn. Mr. Clinfcard will be the guest of honour, end at the conclusion of his address on supply problems will hold a question period. Members requiring information on specific supply matters are requested to advise the Secretary urgently. Dilworth Building. J. R. DON, 16 Secretary. NEW ZEALAND RED CROSS SOCIETY (Inc.). AUCKLAND CENTRE The Annual General Meeting of the Auckland Centre of the New Zealand Red Cross Society (Inc.) will be held in the Lecture Hall, 101, Customs Street East, on FRIDAY, July 20, 1845, at 7.30 p.m. Business: Adoption of Annual Report and Balance-sheet, Election of Officers, General. This meeting is open to delegates or their proxies only. E. V. MOORE Acting-Sec. Auckland Centre. j[* . OUTDOOR SPORTS RACQUET RESTRINGLNU, best, 8/6 to 30/.— Watts Sports Depot. Exchange Lane. 45-412. K
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